Knowing Yourself

DesignJam LP : Knowing Yourself With Suzanne Stein

What you bring to the table as an individual is really important. Knowing yourself allows you to act with confidence, to be a high-contributing member to your team, your workplace & to society. This workshop takes advantage of contemporary ideas & theories about leadership & organizational behavior. Through short sprints of lecture, personal assessment quizzes & reflection, we identify & examine each participant's individual style of creativity, communication, & management.

Participants gain greater understanding of their own:

  • Personal, creative, communication & negotiation styles
  • Contemporary leadership qualities & team impacts
  • High-performance team processes & management

Each participant acquires heightened self-awareness of his or her own team contributions, together with tools for further team management & leadership development.

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Dysfunctional Teams

Discussing Patrick Lencioni's thoughts on the root causes of politics and dysfunction on the teams where you work, and the keys to overcoming them.

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Johari Window

Created by psychologists Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in 1955 the Johari window is a technique used to help people better understand their relationship with themselves and others.

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Forming

The first phase of the Tuckman model, forming is where people on a team are establishing the self. 

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Storming

The second phase of the Tuckman model. The storming is where people on a team start to push against the boundaries established in the forming stage. 

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The Tuckman Model

What makes for a high performance team and all the stages that they go through?

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